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>>the morning started out with a mix of ice, rain and slush. what your afternoon looks like and why this year's unpredictable weather has been a big problem on iowa roads. the news at noon... starts now. news at noon front door open good afternoon. i'm megan reuther. thanks for joining us. authorities charged a man with sexually abusing his two and a half month old baby. the monroe county sheriffs office says it took a report on february 4th about an assault on a 2 and a half month-old. 30 year old justin stickrod has been arrested and charged with child endangerment and first degree sexual
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in the case is stickrod's daughter. stickrod appeared in court this morning for a preliminary hearing. he remains in the monroe county jail. the sac county sheriff's office needs your help finding a man charged with attempted murder... officials are looking for 30 year old jeremy allen werneburg of ida grove. they say werneburg hit a man with a car on purpose sunday night it happened outside of the carnarvon inn... in the 100th block of 3 hundred and 70th street. the victim was taken to stewart memorial hospital in lake city and then transferred to a des moines area hospital with serious injuries. call 911 or the sac county sheriffs office, if you know where werneburg is. people led des moines police on two overnight chases on slick metro roads... the first started on the east side of des moines around 1:30 this morning... a vehicle led officers on a chase that reached speeds as high as 60 miles per hour on city streets...
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interstate. the driver -- michael jones -- eventually crashed at east 21st and university. jones now faces drug related charges and eluding. just minutes later... a chase started across town... on 24th street on the west side of des moines. eventually, the driver got out of their car and started running. officers caught up to 18-year-old kairon williams...in a garage in the 24 hundred block of prospect. williams now faces burglary and interference charges in addition to eluding. it's been a dangerous start to the year for drivers on iowa roads. the iowa state patrol reports 35 deadly accidents already in 2016. that's up 40-percent from 20-15. troopers attribute the high number of accidents to the unpredictable weather this season. the iowa state patrol has kept busy this winter....responding to almost 800 accidents since january first.
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"if you do have a light weight a sand tube in the back of your truck... then the other big this is to check your tires. we see a lot of people last week that were in accidents these summer tires or no real good tread. so that's a big thing." state patrol also urges drivers to use their seat belts... 40-percent of those involved in deadly accidents...were not were that safety belt. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... the science center. ad lib wx quick cloudy skies and temperatures holding in the mid 30s this noon hour. skies will stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon and their won't be a huge temperature change. temps will drop back to the upper 20s late tonight. tonight the iowa supreme court will hear arguments in the
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tonight the iowa supreme court will hear arguments in the
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case of former slipknot member paul gray. gray's family claims his overdose death in 20-10 was the result of doctor daniel baldi over prescribing painkillers. a lower court cleared baldi of wrongdoing ... but gray's family appealed to the supreme court. arguments will be heard in a special... open evening session tonight. we now know the names of the three metro police officers involved in a deadly weekend shooting. urbandale police say they've placed jeff casey, anthony brooks, and justice weaver on paid administrative leave... which is standard procedure. investigators say the man who died from injuries in the shooting is 29- year-old ali yahia, of des moines. the incident happened early
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holiday inn. police say the three officers were responding to a drug complaint, when a fight broke out in the lobby. that's when officers say yahia started firing a gun. police returned fire...hitting and killing him. "it'll be a long, drawn-out investigation; the county attorney is involved, dci, our people. and there's multiple aspects to that investigation - you know, there's the criminal side, we've also got our internal side as far as use of force, and did we follow all of our policies?" the case is still under investigation.... police are also investigating an apparent shoot-out in eagle grove it happened in front of this apartment building around eight p-m valentine's day. police say two people suffered gun shot wounds... one they're calling the victim.. the other the suspect. investigators are not saying if the two shot each other.. or if one shot the other and himself. police say neither person is from eagle grove... sandy 13:26:39 this is a small town. everybody gets along.
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this was a very isolated incident between two individuals. we do not feel like there's any public safety issue to the community or the residents of eagle grove or wright county both people are in critical condition at des moines hospitals. a pair of ice fisherman were in the right place at the right time sunday morning... after hearing a cry for help, two fisherman--damian bell and jesse bannor--sprung to action, risking their lives to save a photographer... 58 year old rick rauzi was taking wildlife photos when he fell through the ice sunday morning at lake ahquabi. with nothing but a rope and a canoe... the fishermen made their way towards the man. 18:56:11--26 'i was able to tie the rope around his body, i got arms, tied it off around his chest and was able to back away from the boat and pull him up as far as i
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snagged on his camera.' from methodist hospital, rauzi wrote on his facebook, saying "i have to say that yesterday i came as close to death as i ever want to be....not to be melodramatic, but its a heavy thing to actually say goodbye to your wife and kids and face death alone...by all rights i shouldnt have made it.' the fishermen call the whole thing a "humbling experience" and say they think anyone else in a similar situation would have done the same thing. still to come on your news at noon... 2 days of music, camping, art and more is returning to iowa... coming up...a guest joins us in studio to give us the inside scoop on the must see show of the summer. and...there's an app for that! but... officials are warning this app... may not be all fun and games... when we come come back...the warning that you could be doing more
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let's face it- no one likes
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so many have turned to phone apps like 'waze' that warn you of police officers looking for speeders on the road. but now officials are putting out a warning that you could be doing more harm than good. john rogers explains. when kristi weaver goes out for a drive, she keeps her eyes on the road, and her ears zeroed in on her 'waze' app. "if you're someone like me who
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waze is way more than a gps. it connects her to other drivers on her route, and they'll warn her of obstacles coming up- like car crashes, traffic backups... or police officers. "why is it so helpful to know that?" "i'm not really a speeder, but its just nice to know." "there's always that moment in your heart where its like, 'oh my goodness, there's a cop!' ok, make sure all my blinkers are working! you're just always on edge. so its just kinda nice to know, all right, look sharp, there's a cop up there." but state trooper kenn watson says speed enforcement zones are more important than you may realize. "you have to remember by blasting out all this information you may be helping someone who really needs to be behind bars." dangerous, violent criminals are arrested daily thanks to simple traffic stops. for example- oklahoma city bomber timothy
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killer ted bundy were both arrested after they were pulled over. watson says these traffic apps can help these criminals get away. "when we're making those traffic stops, we're pulling bad guys off the streets. this is something we have to remember." instead, watson suggests just obey the speed limit and let law enforcement officials do their jobs. that way everybody wins- drivers like weaver won't get a ticket, and bad guys can get the justice they deserve. law enforcement agencies nationwide have expressed concerns about law enforcement agencies nationwide have expressed concerns about crowd-sourcing apps... like waze that share their locations could interfere with police work or put officers in danger. --hubbell road in des moines --hubbell road in des moines
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temperatures will hold in the of the day with mostly cloudy skies. expect to see a little more sunshine by wednesday with temperatures staying in the upper 30s. there will be a significant warm up for the end of the week with highs in the mid to upper 50s. plan on slushy roads and lots of
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still to come on your news at noon... a must see music festival is returning to iowa... when we come back...who will be
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august and where to snatch your tickets before they sell out
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messy tuesday the morning started out with a mix of ice, rain and slush. what your afternoon looks like and why this year's unpredictable weather has been a big problem on iowa roads. good afternoon. i'm megan reuther. thanks for joining us. authorities charged a man with sexually abusing his two and a half month old baby. the monroe county sheriffs office says it took a report on february 4th about an assault on a 2 and a half month-old. 30 year old justin stickrod has been arrested and charged with child endangerment and first degree
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abuse. officials say the victim in the case is stickrod's daughter. stickrod appeared in court this morning for a preliminary hearing. he remains in the monroe county jail. the sac county sheriff's office needs your help finding a man charged with attempted murder... officials are looking for 30 year old jeremy allen werneburg of ida grove. they say werneburg hit a man with a car on purpose sunday night it happened outside of the carnarvon inn... in the 100th block of 3 hundred and 70th street. the victim was taken to stewart memorial hospital in lake city and then transferred to a des moines area hospital with serious injuries. call 911 or the sac county sheriffs office, if you know where werneburg is. people led des moines police on two overnight chases on slick metro roads... the first started on the east side of des moines around 1:30 this morning... a vehicle led officers on a chase that reached speeds as high as 60 miles per hour on city streets...
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interstate. the driver -- michael jones -- eventually crashed at east 21st and drug related charges and eluding. just minutes later... a chase started across town... on 24th street on the west side of des moines. eventually, the driver got out of their car and started running. officers caught up to 18-year-old kairon williams...in a garage in the 24 hundred block of prospect. williams now faces burglary and interference charges in addition to eluding. it's been a dangerous start to the year for drivers on iowa roads. the iowa state patrol reports 35 deadly accidents already in 2016. that's up 40-percent from 20-15. troopers attribute the high number of accidents to the unpredictable weather this season. the iowa state patrol has kept busy this winter....responding to almost 800 accidents since january first. they say safety starts before you even hit the road. "if you do have a light weight
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a sand tube in the back of your truck... then the other big this is to check your tires. we see a lot of people last week that were in accidents these summer tires or no real good tread. so that's a big thing." state patrol also urges drivers to use their seat belts... 40-percent of those involved in deadly accidents...were not were that safety belt. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to at the science center.
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holding in the mid 30s this noon cloudy through the afternoon and their won't be a huge temperature change. temps will drop back to the upper 20s late tonight. tonight the iowa supreme court will hear arguments in the
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case of former slipknot member paul gray. gray's family claims his overdose death in 20-10 was the result of doctor daniel baldi over prescribing painkillers. a lower court cleared baldi of wrongdoing ... but gray's family appealed to the supreme court. arguments will be heard in a special... open evening session tonight. we now know the names of the three metro police officers involved in a deadly weekend shooting. urbandale police say they've placed jeff casey, anthony brooks, and justice weaver on paid administrative leave... which is standard procedure. investigators say the man who died from injuries in the shooting is 29- year-old ali yahia, of des moines. the incident happened early saturday morning at the merle hay holiday inn. police say the three officers were responding to a drug complaint, when a fight broke out in the lobby. that's when officers say yahia started firing a gun.
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investigation; the county attorney is involved, dci, our people. and investigation - you know, there's the criminal side, we've also got our internal side as far as use of force, and did we follow all of our policies?" investigation.... police are also investigating an apparent shoot-out in eagle grove it happened in front of this apartment building around eight p-m valentine's day. police say two people suffered gun shot wounds... one they're calling the victim.. the other the suspect. investigators are not saying if the two shot each other.. or if one shot the other and himself. police say neither person is from eagle grove... this is a small town. everybody gets along. everybody knows everybody. i was really surprised. this was a very isolated incident between two individuals. we do not feel like there's any public safety issue to the community or the residents of eagle grove or
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both people are in critical condition at des moines hospitals. a pair of ice fisherman were in the right place at the right time sunday morning... after hearing a cry for help, two fisherman--damian bell and jesse bannor--sprung to action, risking their lives to save a photographer... 58 year old rick rauzi was taking wildlife photos when he fell through the ice sunday morning at lake ahquabi. with nothing but a rope and a canoe... the fishermen made their way towards the man. 'i was able to tie the rope around his body, i got it under both arms, tied it off around his chest and was able to back away from the boat and pull him up as far as i could. hindsight now i think i kept getting snagged on his camera.' from methodist hospital, rauzi
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have to say that yesterday i came as close to death as i ever want to be....not to be melodramatic, but its a heavy thing to actually say goodbye to your wife and kids and face death alone...by all rights i shouldnt have made it.' the fishermen call the whole thing a "humbling experience" and say they think anyone else in a similar situation would have done the same thing. republican donald trump is investing in the des moines metro... last week des moines' central iowa shelter and services got a check in the mail for 100-thousand dollars. it was signed from the donald trump foundation. staff say they were surprised and a little confused. the donation comes as a result of trump's veteran's fundraiser he held last month in place of attending the republican debate. an artist known for his sharp dance moves and catchy lyrics is set to light up the iowa state fairgrounds. fair officials announced jason derulo will perform at the grandstand
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platinum hits like "want to want me," "trumpets," and "in my head." tickets go on sale march 5th. still to come on your news at noon... while few things are ever certain in life...one minnesota mom says she's sure of one thing. when we come back... a battle with a life threatening disease is inspiring others...and how the story is making it on the big screens.
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temperatures will hold in the mid to upper 30s the remainder of the day with mostly cloudy skies. expect to see a little more sunshine by wednesday with temperatures staying in the upper 30s. there will be a significant warm up for the end of the week with highs in the mid to upper 50s. plan on slushy roads and lots of mud with all of the melting this week. a new film showcases the
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during his battle with cancer. pat evans introduces us to the 'mom'-- who helped make it happen. like most parent's bonnie and dan boyum are very proud of their son... "everybody loved him, he was just a nice, nice person." michael boyum's life had all the ingredients of a minnesota made success story... everything but a happy ending. "he said mom, will you come feel this lump, and i felt it, i'm a nurse, i knew it
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the cancer turned out to be leukemia... "it was just devastating, although it wasn't to michael... he saw positive in everything." michael's inspirational story didn't end with his death 16 years ago. "michael had so much faith, he said if god wants to take me home at age 21 that's fine, but i have a high school sweetheart here." it's that love story bonnie succeeded in getting made into an independent film called "until forever." "i'm not exactly sure when it was that i fell in love with michael boyum..." 'until forever' was filmed in the twin cities, and while it's a love story, the film also explores michaels faith and how he touched other lives including his brother matt, who was suffering from debilitating depression. "mike always talked about how life is just so short, and it really gave me an internal perspective as far as
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while few things are ever certain in life, bonnie boyum says she sure of one thing... for anyone who sees the movie... "in some area, it will change people's lives" a the film will play in select theaters this month. to book a screening or learn more... visit "until forever the movie dot com" stick around, the agribusiness
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geiger. pressure is up on capitol hill to make foot-and-mouth disease a priority.. the national pork producers council past president dr. howard hill testified before congress to address u-s-d-a's plan for an outbreak.. using a f-m-d vaccine. and the plan needs the resources to protect l lvestock. "we need to have the vaccine bank that would be readily available and then also have surge capacity to increase that rapidly, which currently, it's not in existence. there's about $1.9 million, which is a drop in the bucket in to what it would take to really have an effective vaccine and to have a response to use vaccine."
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surge capacity.. if there was an outbreak of f-m-d.. it's estimated the u-s would need 40 million doses of the vaccine.. foot and mouth disease is an animal disease endemic in africa.. asia.. south america.. and the middle east and it can affect all cloven-hoofed animals.. it rarely affects humans.. and is not a food safety issue.. however an outbreak in north america could devastate agriculture.. hill says price of pigs could drop as much as 50 percent because it would shut down exports. after the market close yesterday.. the grains and cattle markets are seeing a little green today.. "we come back after a three day weekend and the market really is having some short covering strength. the dominant issue is the funds probably a little bit shorter than the trade thought." "also some port delays a little too wet. rainy conditions in northern brazil where they're trying to load some soybeans that's giving us a little bit of markets are higher the energy markets just a little big lower. more of a balancing, rebalancing, short covering as
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momentum in south america." "the cattle market had a poor trade last week. the market's finding some strength here today more on seasonalities and a market that the belief is demand's going to pick up as we move closer to some weather that starts to improve across the midwest and east coast." "the hog market is a market that is up at the top end of the range. the slaughter numbers have been lower than the past year over the last several weeks. that's been giving us some support. we expect that the numbers will pick up and also the demand will slow down after we have the purchasing particularly of hams for the easter season." wind energy installed more electric generating energy capacity in 20-15 than any other energy source in america. according to the american wind energy association.. the eight point six gigawatts of wind power
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gigawatts of solar.. and six of natural gas.. that puts wind at 35 percent of new generating capacity.. the wind energy association says wind is off to a good start in 2016 with nine point four gigawatts under construction.. that wraps up the agribusiness report... thanks for joining us.. i hope to see you again next time. we put stories up every day.. check out who-tv dot com.. click news then agribusiness. the talk surrounding this
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lady gaga honored the late david
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annual grammy awards... aside from explosive applause, her performance is raking in tons of response... many saying she nailed it, others not as excited, saying she stole the focus. either way, the audience seemed to like it. they respond with a standing
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>> jj: hey, thanks for meeting me. >> gabi: hey, um, i... i thought you had work today. >> jj: yeah, i'm going in in a few minutes. >> gabi: so... >> jj: so i just wanted to buy you...just a cup of coffee. >> gabi: a coffee? >> jj: yeah, and--and do this. >> chad: as soon as the sale is finalized, i want all the locks changed and a new security system installed asap. >> harold: yes, sir. uh, thank you, sir, from the bottom of my heart, for letting me stay. >> chad: hi. >> abigail: hi. >> chad: and, um, i'm sure you won't forget, but you work for us now, right? not my father or andre. >> harold: yes, sir.
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